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Warren poured some chips of the Pringles can, 6 chips were broken which represents 8% of the can. In all, how many chips were in the Pringles can?

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  1. 0.08x = 6

    x = ?

  2. Is the answer 48?

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  3. No.

    Divide 6 by 0.08.

  4. Oh I understand it's 75

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